At the Archdiocese of Hobart, we recognise that it is our people that make a difference in our community through their drive, loyalty, and commitment. Therefore, we are dedicated to finding the right people and we achieve this through a fair, equitable recruitment and selection process ensuring that we select people based on their skills, knowledge, attitude, and ability. If you would like to be part of the Archdiocese of Hobart on a paid or volunteering basis, we encourage you to visit our careers page to see what positions are vacant.
Find out more about the many different roles that are available in the Archdiocese of Hobart
How to Apply
If you see an employment opportunity that interests you, you are encouraged to view the position description.
Your application should include:
- a covering letter
- a current resume
- contact details of three professional referees
We will consider the suitability of your skills, knowledge, qualifications, and experience for the role. If you have been short-listed for the position, we will contact you to ask you to attend an interview.
The Archdiocese requires all applicants to undergo an extensive screening process before appointment to paid or voluntary positions.
There are many reasons to consider volunteering. You may have much to offer, from friendship to unique skills and resources, and these can make a difference in someone’s life.
It can also be affirming for people who use our services to know that someone is contributing their time and energy to assist them without financial reward. Volunteering can be life-changing for all concerned and volunteers often say they feel as though they get more out of being a volunteer than they contribute.
If you would like to contribute your time – even if it’s only a little – to the work we do, please consider becoming a volunteer with us. We have many varied roles you can help with.
Why Work With Us?
The Archdiocese of Hobart is a family-friendly workplace, an equal opportunity employer and committed to safeguarding the interests of children and young persons.
All works and agencies of the diocese give expression to their Catholic identity and seek to serve the broader mission of the Church.
The Archdiocese seeks to make Jesus Christ the centre of all that it does. It endeavours to abide by Catholic Social Teaching including respect for the human dignity of the person. There is an aspiration to ensure the employment relationship is a genuine and reciprocal partnership. In particular that employees are provided a safe and supportive workplace. All those employed within the Archdiocese are encouraged to reciprocate and demonstrate respect, integrity, hospitality, inclusiveness, forgiveness, and justice towards each other, and those that they serve in their respective roles.
The Archdiocese of Hobart is committed to:
- Supporting Safe Communities by safeguarding the interests of children, young persons, and vulnerable adults. We are committed to protecting children and young people from harm and require all applicants to undergo an extensive screening process before appointment to paid or voluntary positions.
- Unity – we value a multi-cultural and multi-denominational workforce
- Workplace health and safety – we aim to provide a safe and healthy worksite for all staff and volunteers
If you have something to contribute, please consider applying for one of the many different roles that come up. We’d love to have you on the team.